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  3. BOMB OUTRAGES

    Immediately after he had been [?]erated on bail in connection with the bomb outrages, Stanley Williams, bookmaker, was rearrested on a ...

    Article : 175 words
  4. GREGORY

    He was examined by doctors, who forba[?]de him to play again in the present match. Gregory, however, realising he would not be able to bowl or ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 172 words
  5. OXYGEN ADMINISTERED DURING SUNDAY NIGHT

    The illness of His Majesty King George V. has taken a serious turn and grave anxiety is being shared in the Palace, and by his medical advisers. A bulletin, issued at 8.30 p.m., on Sunday, stated that there was a decline in the strength of the King's heart, which was causing anxiety. ...

    Article : 223 words
  6. SLOW SCORING BY BATSMEN

    When the test match was resumed to-day Australia's plight was dosperate. Four wickets were down for [?] and a depressing atmosphere hung over the ...

    Article : 923 words
  7. SENATE COD NT

    Until the votes polled in the Darling Electorate to[?]ing probably between 30,000 and 40,000 reach the Chief Commonwealth Electoral Officer, it will ...

    Article : 67 words
  8. ALARM INCREASES

    A bulletin, issued at 8.30 p.m., signed by Sir Stanley Hewett, and Lord Dawson, states that His Majesty had a qui[?]ter sleep during the day. The ...

    Article : 75 words
  9. By Prince of Wales

    The Prince of Wales left Dar-[?]s-Sal[?]am early this morning on board the cruiser H.M.S. "Enterprise." The departure took place quietly without ...

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  10. RECOUNT ASKED

    The Victorian Labour Party has decided to apply for a recount of the Senate votes, with the object of discovering the number and character of ...

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  11. Midnight Bulletin

    A Bulletin at 12.10 a.m., signed by Sir Stanley H[?]wett. Lord Dawson, Farquhar Buzzard and L. E. Whitby, bacteriologists, says "His Majesty had some ...

    Article : 372 words
  12. EMPLOYMENT

    During last week 99 men, registered at the Commission's labour bureau, were given temporary employment, while 16 were put off. The ...

    Article : 129 words
  13. GREAT CROWDS

    Public alarm has increased as the result of the more serious tone of to-night's bulletin.The lack of reassuring news on Saturday manifested ...

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  14. DUKE OF GLOUCESTER

    It is learned that a communication has been established with the Duke of Gloucester who has intimated that he will return home with all due speed. ...

    Article : 132 words
  15. TERRIBLE FIRE

    Twenty-six business premises, and four private residences have been destroyed in a terrible fire which has swept More[?] and damage is ...

    Article : 233 words
  16. ILLEGAL BURIAL

    A woman at Bankstown gave birth to twins yesterday, and one of the children was found to be dead[?] A medical cert[?]cate was given to this effect, but the ...

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  17. England Opens Second Innings

    England had a lead of 399, but Chapman decided to b[?]t again. Probably Chapman did not underestimate the Australian batsmen, and was not to ...

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  18. FOUND ON LINE

    The m[?]tilated body of an clderly man, which has not yet been identified, was found on the railway line between Campsie and Belomore ...

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  19. Wild Rumours Circulated

    Shortly after, Lord Dawson was observed to return to the Palace on an unusual visit through gates s[?]dom used. Sir Sstanley Hewett followed a ...

    Article : 217 words
  20. BABY DROWNED

    A 7-months-old baby was [?]owned in a b[?] [?]ub on Saturday. The child's mother was a domestic in a cafe. She placed the child in a fe[?] inches of ...

    Article : 66 words
  21. Oxygen Given

    It is understood there is very little change in the King's condtion since 3 o'clock. A quantity or oxygen was administered to him during the night[?] ...

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